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FREE Online Crime Prevention Presentations

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WHO — The Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre (CACPC) 

WHAT — During the month of May, the Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre is offering a series of FREE online crime prevention presentations. 

Alberta’s Crime Prevention Week is May 10 to May 16, 2020. The Government of Alberta dedicates this week to crime prevention because they believe all Albertans deserve to feel safe in their communities. Through programs, grants and services, the Crime Prevention and Restorative Justice Unit engages local communities to take part in reducing crime risk and promoting positive behaviour. 

Normally, during the month of May, CACPC holds our Touch-A-Truck event, a public education event, and a Graffiti Clean event in the downtown. However, due to COVID-19, those community activities have been cancelled. 

However, we are offering crime prevention presentations via Zoom beginning May 12th. Topics will include: 

  • Crime Prevention for Your Home 
  • Crime Prevention for Your Condo 
  • Removing & Reporting Graffiti 
  • Crime Prevention for Your Business 
  • CACPC & Wise Owls: Fraud & Scams for Seniors 
  • Basic Personal Safety Tips. 

Each presentation is approximately 45 – 60 minutes in length and is offered twice daily. 

WHERE  To register, please visit our website (cacpc.ca), our Facebook page, or EventBrite. You will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom meeting link to join the presentations. 

WHEN — May 12-14, (Tuesday – Thursday) and May 19-21 (Tuesday – Thursday); 10:00 AM or 2:00 PM. 

WHY — The mission of the Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre is to engage, educate and empower residents to increase community safety. 

 

For more information: 

Janise Somer, Programs Coordinator, 403-986-9904, or via email at [email protected] 

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Carnival Cinemas = movie theatre and virtual reality complex open again!

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After 3 months of cinematic silence, digital projects will again come to life at Carnival Cinemas on Friday night.
“It has been a tough 3 months,” said theatre owner Bill Ramji. “This weekend, we come back to life!”
Movie goers can choose from Trolls World Tour, Sonic the Hedgehog, I Still Believe and the classic 1970s
film E.T.
Carnival Cinemas has kept prices steady at $5 and still offers the same snack bar and games arcade center in addition to Ctrl V, their virtual reality entertainment complex.

“We will still offer the same services as before, for meetings, birthday parties, and other rentals to serve our customers,” said Ramji. “We are ready to be central Red Deer’s entertainment hub.”
Over the last weeks, the Carnival parking lot has been home to food trucks, a move which was initiated last year.
“Having food trucks in our lot gives us good visibility,” added Ramji. “Last year we even had a small collectors market day for local comic book and card collectors.”
Ramji noted that movie goers can go online at https://carnivalcinemas.ca/ to view their current film slate and view online trailers.

 

 

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#RedDeerStrong – Reduce your pain, improve your movement, function your best with Pursuit Physiotherapy

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What does your business do?

Pursuit Physiotherapy helps people in Central Alberta to feel their best, move their best, and recover from injuries.
Our compassionate, highly skilled therapists help you to pursue the activities that you want to do. Reduce your pain, improve your movement, function at your best!

Some of the things that we can help with:

Chronic neck/back pain or injuries
Sports injuries
Joint sprains and Muscle strains
Vertigo
Pelvic Health issues like incontinence or pain
Motor Vehicle Accident recovery
Pain and Stiffness that prevents you from doing the things that you love

How has COVID-19 affected you?

The clinic was closed for about 7 weeks because of the pandemic. It is now open at a reduced capacity to ensure the environment is safe for all of our clients. We are pleased that all of our staff are now back working and have availability to treat you. We appreciate your referrals as we rebuild!

What are you doing to adapt?

At Pursuit Physiotherapy, we have always treated patients on a “one-on-one” basis and minimized wait times. This has allowed us to transition into the “new normal” without disrupting your care plan. We have treatment zones and safety measures in place, including masking, to minimize the potential for virus spread. Also, we continue to offer Video Treatments, also known as Telehealth or Virtual Health. This allows our clients that need to stay home to access treatment. Physiotherapists provide a lot of education and exercise so you’d be surprised how much can be accomplished virtually!

What kind of help do you need?

Help us spread the word: We are open and we want to serve our community. We can see you for in-person treatment or via video. Do not hesitate to reach out to us with questions to determine your best plan for physiotherapy.

Our New Look at Pursuit Physio

Meet our new Staff!Just kidding. Same great team. Same great treatment. Different look. Longer hair and masks. This is us for the next while!For some information on procedural changes, check out our website: https://www.pursuitphysio.com/pursuit-physiotherapy-relaunch/

Posted by Pursuit Physiotherapy Corp. on Wednesday, May 6, 2020

What do you want the community to know?

Being unable to treat patients for almost 2 months really spelled it out for us:
We missed our patients!
Helping you is what we do. We love to offer help to make you feel better, do better, and pursue your goals. This has been a stressful time for our entire community. Do not suffer unnecessarily because of muscle tension, changes to your workplace environment, or new injuries – We would love the opportunity to help you!

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Red Deer, Alberta T4R 1M9
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